I never thought that the day would come when I would pray to be laid off, but now I think that it wouldn't be bad at all if it happened to me. Anyone else? I'm exhausted. I am literally drained and depressed. I don't believe there are many worse... — read more
Anyone know when the next one will be?
I am only Part Time, and in the lowest position in the company. Next month I will be with Acosta. One year. No raises just pay and time cuts. Within this year, have had to borrow 10K to stay afloat. I have applied to Full time positions. But, I... — read more
I understand the economy is bad, in certain industries. Including are CPG companies. However, my hours go from 35 hours a week to sometimes 12 hours per week. Have had to transfer money for months, to pay bills. The longer I have been with Acosta... — read more
Not only are we not getting paid. We are getting our hours cut up to 50% i need help and answers in Dallas, TX
RUN, Run as fast as you can, away from this company. I’ve been a district manager with the company for 5 years. On February 24,2022 at 11:45am., a lot of us were on a conference call where we were told that we were either being laid off, or offered... — read more
I know Acosta was never the perfect workplace, but it was much, much better than it is now. Somewhere in the last decade or so things started to take a turn for the worse and it never stopped. No wonder so many people are leaving. There's no reason... — read more
faster than Acosta can hire them?
I understand that people are leaving this company, but lately it seems to me that more people are leaving than ever. I was suddenly left without some great colleagues. That's a little strange to me so I wonder if I missed something? Is... — read more
with the use of their personal automobiles. If Acosta reimbursed the actual cost that employees incurred for using their personal automobile they would be done, kaput, out of business.
Anyone else going to decline the vaccine at risk of losing your job?
They pay great workers, those with a work ethic that show up everyday, complete all objective, never have to be monitored or micromanaged, THE SAME as those hired from beneath the bottom of the barrel, who never heared of a work ethic, who are not... — read more
Are these the only stores that Acosta is, doing whatever it is that they do, at now?
Acosta is a bad company to work for. They have more turnovers than pillsbury made in 20 years.
"Get the right people on the bus, the wrong people off the bus, then get everyone in the right seat." There is no one at acosta that can recognize that.
They pay good and allow flexible hours. I have been with them 15 years and I really like working at Acosta.
Any one know how many thousands were laid off during 2020? Will Acosta go out of business in 2021?
I want out so bad I can almost taste it. I’ve been saving for a while trying to figure out what my first move should be. Do I try to begin a new career in another industry? Or do I continue in the same one. Has anyone successfully switched... — read more
With thousands of current and former Acosta employes, there must be thousands of horror stories that can be told here.
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Lots of lay offs and hours reduced yesterday in Convenience division. Some went from 40 hours to 20. They lost Mondelez, their biggest Convenience client, as of the first of October! Do we know more about what might be coming after this? I doubt... — read more
every time there is a Friday conference call?
Anyone know when, what teams, and how many will be layed off?
for those who are satisified with; Low wages No raises No job security Rude treatment by Acosta management Rude treatment by store management and employees Being just a number on a piece of paper Well, in short, working for one of the worst... — read more
around 800-1000 people were just layed off for a cheaper marketing company.
I started in jan. Full time. Was never told their contract was up for renewal, or subject to change. I worked the whole pandemic, i covered not only mine but another persons territory. I spent all my savings in car repairs to ensure continuity only... — read more
Got word couple days ago the purple team maybe downsizing. Anybody else hear anything recently?
Worked 4 years for Acosta, had 5 different unit managers. Promoted to full time and driving home one day got an email stating that as of November 2018 I would be moved to part time 37.5 hours. This took away two sick pay weeks, all holidays, and Paid... — read more
I did not like how the mass layoffs occurred in 2018/2019...I know team leads and above knew we were getting laid off but continued to lie when approached on the subject...just to finish off accounts without people bailing so the pockets of the... — read more
Is what arrived by mail today regarding Acosta’s $2.7 Billion debt restructuring. Hadn’t heard about it before today but it may affect my rights. I’m a full timer, hours are relatively decent, pay is low. I do think corporate sales and marketing... — read more
Acosta Sales and Marketing is a privately held sales and marketing agency based in Jacksonville, Florida. Acosta has more than 100 offices around the world with over 30,000 employees. Learn more about how our values, services and people are changing... — read more
Hours reduced from 40 to 30. Acosta Purple Team - AVOID!
I have been layoff twice by 2 different divisions this year...and the third job i was set to start with them just layed off everyone. .but the newest scam that acosta is pulling is saying they are missing equipment or not sending new equipment... — read more
I am a current employee of 6 years. Are there any new updates on Acosta restructuring of their debt?
Please see attached article on Acosta Brokerage
Here at Acosta, I am micromanaged by everyone with a superior title... Cannot avoid it - they promise a lot though. Mgmt: Big bonuses are coming... Me (and everyone else): Yeah, right... Business managers are disrespectful and... — read more
Acosta 2019: Layoffs in Making, problems left. Problems right... Carlyle’s Acosta Preps for Restructuring as Bond Payment Looms Marketing-services firm has hired Kirkland & Ellis to help restructure about $2.7 billion in debt By Alexander... — read more
Anyone have a WSJ sub? https://www.wsj.com/articles/carlyles-acosta-preps-for-restructuring-as-bond-payment-looms-11568743284